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    Unhappy GA-P67A-UD4-B3 cold boot bsods

    hello all, i'm newbie here
    i need a help with current memory settings on current motherboard, cause after some googling i investigate, that if user has random caused bsods at cold startup, it means something wrong with voltages of the memory. it seems it really well known problem
    i built up a pc half-mounth ago and on clean install it seems everything was fine, but afterwhile begun bsods. the memory itself seems ok cuse it gives errors with memtest on cold testing and zero errors after some work. the bsod appears when win7 greetings logo appears (or the first variant - when starting win7 logo merges up at startup dos screen). i have never seen an error which constantly repeats. so the only way
    i tried to load and xmp profile, it seems it looks ok and everything fine (or not?) with settings


    but it bsods anyway
    if i set up 1.64v manually without xmp profile, or any other voltage below it works fine - after second boot but not on cold boot (cold boot means it was turned off a whole night for example and after i return from work and turn it on - bsod)

    but anyway i cannot set dram voltage above 1.5 to prevent cpu damage
    after reading some topics i made a decision to raise up vpi voltage and set it to 1v. also i've changed timing settings to 88822 but without luck - it bsods after 5 minutes of work in os with random error
    now i have all memory setting at stock except dram voltage (set up to normal cause it seems after seting it to auto i started hear a random high pitch noise)
    so it's really frustrating to start working after second boot. after second boot pc works fine at its usual way
    what could i do to solve it? i dont wonna overclock i just want a normal work turning on my pc

    rig specs:
    Core i7-2600 3.40GHz, 8Mb, 95W, LGA1155 with cooler master v10
    Motherboard GA-P67A-UD4-B3 rev 1.1
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    psu Thermaltake Toughpower XT 775 W v 2.3 (TPX-775M)
    case Cooler Master HAF X RC-942-KKN1
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 cold boot bsods

    Note the Profile VTT Voltage when XMP profile1, accorording to Lsdmeasap 1.2v some processors do not like it so high.
    What is it set to with XMP disabled?

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    Dram voltage setc according to your ram,if its 1.65v you need to set to 1.66 in the bios,qpi/vtt try one or two clicks more than 1v or try 1.15v and re test for cold boot,I would disable xmp and manually set ram speed/timings/voltages
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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 cold boot bsods

    BTW this is a tripple channel kit not designed for Sandy Bridge.

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 cold boot bsods

    thanks for ur replys!

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    Note the Profile VTT Voltage when XMP profile1, accorording to Lsdmeasap 1.2v some processors do not like it so high.
    What is it set to with XMP disabled?
    as i've already told, xmp dooesn't work anyway. it gives just a bsod at startup. i don't bother with it though

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    Dram voltage setc according to your ram,if its 1.65v you need to set to 1.66 in the bios,qpi/vtt try one or two clicks more than 1v or try 1.15v and re test for cold boot,I would disable xmp and manually set ram speed/timings/voltages
    xmp doesn't work
    is it safe to set dram voltage to something above 1.5? i'm afraid to burn out the cpu

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    BTW this is a tripple channel kit not designed for Sandy Bridge.
    yep i know it. but there is not a 6gb kit now and i don't need 8gb but 4gb kit is not what i need due to my work

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 cold boot bsods

    I don't see any 8GB od DDR-1600 CL7 being sold so you may need to settle for CL 8, 8-9-8-24/27.

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 cold boot bsods

    thanks, but the latest thing i'm bothering now is the latency. i just want a stable work at first startup

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 cold boot bsods

    Try with 1.57v and increasing VTT gradually, from default (1.05v) up to 1.1v.

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 cold boot bsods

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    Try with 1.57v and increasing VTT gradually, from default (1.05v) up to 1.1v.
    thank you i'll definitely try it today and keep posting the results but i'm sorry i have to repeat my question about the safety of cpu. is it a safe procedure to increase dram voltage on this mobo?

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 cold boot bsods

    Yes, at least up to 1.65 but maybe more too, DRAM Voltage 1.425-1.575v is within "normal" voltaege range.

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